The Constant Gardener
Publish date: August 26th 2005
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
Tessa Quayle-young, beautiful, and dearly beloved to husband Justin-is gruesomely murdered in northern Kenya. When Justin sets out on a personal odyssey to uncover the mystery of her death, what he finds could make him not only a suspect but also a target for Tessa's killers.A master chronicler of t...
Yeah, this isn't the best le Carre. The beginning of the book was quite engrossing, and then it is like it takes a right turn. The husband's investiagtion is just annoying on some levels. 3 stars because of the beginning.
Interesting theme, horrible writing, boring characters. That's it.
Holy cow and for the love of Batman was this a good book. I know that I've been subsisting mostly on YA dystopian romances and sci-fi/fantasy "escapist" stuff for the past nine months or so, so you might not trust my judgement at this point, but you should really believe me when I say that this is...
Full review on my blog Guiltless ReadingThe book in one sentence: British diplomat Justin Quayle, seeks to uncover the truth behind his activist wife's murder in Nigeria -- revealing an international conspiracy of a corrupt government and pharmaceutical company.My thoughts: Halfway through, I was ge...
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